Fifteen minutes with an online mentor can save a school life
Just 15 minutes of support each week online can make a positive difference to an at risk child's school career.
Autistic kids find social skills via IT
Many autistic young people seem to be very interested in tech. Because autistic people's interests run deep (and are often on quite specific topics), it seemed there was potential for autistic young people to connect with each other through their shared interest in technology.
Visualising and realising a career should start in Primary
When it comes to career education it looks like you can never start too early, if thinking about a career starts young it tends to create enthusiasm for learning and colours an entire education.
Solar and wind to power charging stations in school
Jennifer Greenland of Grace Lutheran College, Qld will design and construct solar/wind charging stations for electronic devices around her school’s grounds as part of a pilot program.
Power on children’s minds
Australian students have been preoccupied, in their writing, with reclaiming control of their lives, with 'power' being awarded Oxford Australian 2021 Children's Word of the Year (CWOTY).
Brisbane author, educator and businessman named a QUT Outstanding Alumni of the Year
Inspirational author, educator and businessman James Burnett has been named Queensland University of Technology’s Outstanding Alumnus for 2021 in the Education Category.
TikTok about STEM’s force for good
Samsung Electronics Australia has launched Solve for Tomorrow, a nationwide competition challenging Australia’s next young innovators to show their creativity by using STEM to help solve an issue they are passionate about.